Iran said on Sunday it would suspend UN surveillance of its nuclear facilities. On Monday, the country’s supreme leader said in a televised address that Iran would stockpile up to 70 percent uranium if needed. They will not accept the obstacles of any country in the world in this regard. On the other hand, the United States has said that it is optimistic about the 2015 nuclear deal. The United States wants to make the nuclear deal stronger. However, the US administration will not accept Iran’s whimsical move. The United States will remain vigilant to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken attended a UN meeting in Geneva on Monday. There, he said, the United States wants the nuclear deal to be stronger and stronger. The United States is optimistic about rejoining the nuclear deal. But at the same time, the United States does not support Iran’s reckless move. The United States does not tolerate the way Iran threatens to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. The United States will ensure that Iran does not develop such weapons in any way.
Iran, however, is not paying attention to America’s eyebrows. Iran’s top leader said on television on Monday that Iran would stockpile 80 percent of its uranium if needed. At the moment they are stockpiling 20 percent uranium. Which is enough to make nuclear weapons. The 2015 agreement stated that Iran could not stockpile more than four percent uranium. Iran’s parliament passed a resolution against the rule late last year. New laws are made. That said, 20 percent of uranium will be stored.
The same law states that UN surveillance of the country’s nuclear facilities will be lifted if the United States does not make a clear decision on the nuclear deal and sanctions on Iran within three months. The deadline is 21st. Iran had a long meeting with the UN envoy on Sunday. A temporary solution has been worked out there. But the United States will have to take the next step with the nuclear deal. We have to make our own decision. Experts believe that the US Secretary of State started that work on Monday.
In fact, more than one country in Europe wants the United States to return to the nuclear deal. Let the tug of war with Iran come to an end. The problem began in 2016 when the Trump administration pulled out of the nuclear deal. Biden has been interested in solving the problem since the beginning. But experts say the situation is becoming increasingly complex as Iran continues to make one hasty decision after another.
SG / GH (Reuters, AP, AFP)
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